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use "deadlock" in a sentence

For this reason automatic global deadlock resolution has not been noticed (see Exact characterization of voting-deadlocks by global cycles above).

George Pease broke the deadlock with a touchdown run for the Yankees, and Eddie Tryon scored 11 points for New York as he caught a touchdown pass (from
camouflage was intended to make it difficult to estimate a ship's speed and heading and thus prevent submarines from effectively firing torpedoes.

Of its director, he went on to state, "Welles is kane - in a sense he couldn't have intended - substituting razzle-dazzle for truth and hoping no one notices the sleight of hand".

At the same time, a brief October 2008 tour was announced, partly to tie-in with the Dazzle Ships album's 25th anniversary.

Can you dazzle with a dummy? Saeki likes to dazzle his opponents with his fast footwork, then blindside them with volleys of punches.

Lord and Blackmore competed to out-dazzle each other, often in classical-style, mid-section 'call and answer' improvisation (on tracks like Speed king), something they employed to great effect live.

We have been given a task on the PC. our task this term has been to make a reflective butterfly on Dazzle.

Resources to design the hairs on the dog include Fresco, Dazzle Plus, Art Dabbler and Colour Magic.

Non-dazzle garage lighting.

The film is not without its limits though and can sometimes be confusing with its jargon heavy plot which all to often tries to dazzle us with facts that could have been explained clearer.

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